Question about Traulsen Refrigerators
Im taking it that you have recently had work done on your fridge. What you are telling me is the system is overcharged by a fair amount. Decant by removing small amounts of gas from the service port which in effect "should still be on."Depress and Remove in 5 second intervals then stop and wait for approx 10 min. If ice is still there carry on that way untill ice is no longer on the suction line. If the evap. is flooded, cooling is lost. On the small compressors, do not worry about the high side pressure, you normally charge to -15 deg. celcius. at your ambiant temp. .
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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